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24. 05. 2024 Mirko Ioris SOCnews

SOC News | May 24 – Patch This Veeam Critical Vulnerability Now

On May 21, Veeam published details about four different vulnerabilities detected in their product Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager (VBEM). One of them is critical and allows an unauthenticated attacker to log in to the Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager web interface as any user. CVE Number CVSS Score EPSS Score CVE-2024-29849 9.8 (Critical) 0.04% (Low) CVE-2024-29850…

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16. 05. 2024 Mirko Ioris SOCnews

SOC News | May 16 – Data stolen from SYNLAB published on the Dark Web

SYNLAB, European leader in medical diagnostic services, was the victim of a cyber attack last April. The compromised infrastructure is the one that runs Italians clinics only, other countries were not affected. In early May, ransomware group BlackBasta claimed responsibility for the attack, saying it had stolen 1.5TB of sensitive medical data from Italian citizens….

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30. 04. 2024 Mirko Ioris SOCnews

SOC News | Apr 30 – New Cyber Attacker Groups Detected

During the last week of April, our Attacker Centric SOC detected multiple new cyber attacker group websites in the Dark Web. Called Dedicated Leak Sites (DLS), they are widely used by ransomware gangs to publish stolen confidential data when the victim refuses to pay the ransom. Usually, after an attack is claimed, a small amount of…

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26. 04. 2024 Mirko Ioris SOCnews

SOC News | Apr 26 – ArcaneDoor: A New Espionage Campaign

Cisco Talos identified a previously unknown state-sponsored actor behind ArcaneDoor, a sophisticated cyber espionage campaign targeting the perimeter network devices of several vendors. This actor is now tracked as UAT4356 by Talos and STORM-1849 by the Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center. The initial attack vector is still unknown, but the attacker exploited two previously unknown vulnerabilities. An…

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24. 04. 2024 Mirko Ioris SOCnews

SOC News | Apr 24 – Full AMMEGA Data Breach Published

Using our CTI SATAYO platform, we identified an artifact belonging to AMMEGA’s data breach. AMMEGA is a multinational manufacturing company based in the Netherlands with revenues of $1.2 billion. It was the victim of an attack carried out by the Cactus ransomware gang in early March. The ransomware operators exfiltrated 3 TB of data and…

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28. 03. 2024 Mirko Ioris SOCnews

SOC News | Mar 28 – New Vulnerabilities Added to the KEV Catalog

On March 25, 2024, the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) added three new vulnerabilities to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV) catalog. The catalog is updated regularly and contains those vulnerabilities most likely to be used in attacks. Organizations should monitor and review it periodically, and prioritize their patching efforts based on it. I’ll provide a…

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11. 03. 2024 Mirko Ioris SOCnews

SOC News | Mar 11 – JetBrains TeamCity Authentication Bypass Vulnerabilities

On March 4, 2024, JetBrains released TeamCity version 2023.11.4, which patches two authentication bypass vulnerabilities in the web component of TeamCity. These vulnerabilities were discovered in February by Rapid7’s vulnerability research team and allow a remote unauthenticated attacker to perform a complete compromise of a vulnerable TeamCity installation, including unauthenticated RCE (remote code execution). CVE…

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03. 02. 2024 Massimo Giaimo SOCnews

SOC News | Feb 04 – AnyDesk Compromise

Starting February 1st, rumors regarding a possible compromise of AnyDesk began to circulate online. These rumors became more insistent as the contents of the January 29 Release Notes were noted. What initially appeared to be just normal maintenance activity on Anydesk’s infrastructure was later revealed to actually be a compromise. AnyDesk has in fact made…

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